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Reconstruction Work, London (Licence)

Volume 380: debated on Wednesday 17 June 1942

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asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Works and Buildings why a licence was given to permit the reconstruction of the ornamental facade of the entrance to Cleland House, Page Street, S.W.I; what was the cost of work carried out; and how much steel, concrete and bricks were required?

Licences were issued for the partial reconstruction of Cleland House in order to make this property available for Government occupation to meet an urgent need. There is no ornamental facade to the entrance hall as partially reconstructed and the second part of the Question does not therefore arise.